Today on GRITtv, does Barack Obamaâs foreign policy represent a return to multilateralism or a restoration of American Empire? He came out against the invasion of Iraq in his now famous speech in Chicago, but he also made it very clear that he is not opposed to all wars. On his tour of the Middle East Obama has reiterated his call to send additional troops to Afghanistanâat least 7,000âin order to fight what Time Magazine is calling the right war.Here to discuss the future of American foreign policy in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Central Asia are Frida Berrigan, Senior Program Associate with the New America Foundationâs Arms and Security Initiative, Arun Gupta writer and editor for The Indypendent, Jake Sherman Project Coordinator for the Center on International Cooperation, and Irshad Manji Director of the Moral Courage Project at New York Universityâs School of Public Service and the author of The Trouble With Islam Today.And a performance and interview with Jazz vocalist Lezlie Harrison. Harrison is a fixture on the New York Jazz scene and founder of the Jazz Gallery, a performance space for young Jazz musicians. In this interview she talks about how she got her start and why her music isnât easily classified. The Barnes and Noble order of things, she says, should be scrapped.We also have a preview of Man on Wire, the extraordinary story of Philippe Petit who walked a high wire illegally rigged between the World Trade Center twin towers in 1974. Laura Flanders on Vanity Fairâs not so funny cover. And finally American News Project brings us the tragic story of James Jenkins, one of many American veterans who have committed suicide during service in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. All that and more on GRITtv.